Pincodes of Dibang Valley
Dibang Valley district is situated in the easternmost part of Arunachal Pradesh, near the international border with China. It is part of the northeastern region of India and is characterized by its rugged terrain, dense forests, and pristine rivers. The district is remote and not easily accessible. Road connectivity to Dibang Valley is limited and often challenging due to the rugged terrain. The nearest major town with better transportation links is Roing, in the Lower Dibang Valley district.
Here is a list of Dibang Valley Pincodes
About Dibang Valley
Dibang Valley District, established on 1st June 1980 with its headquarters in Anini, was carved out of Lohit District. Named after the Dibang River, it encompasses three major rivers – Dri, Mathun, and Talon. three smaller rivers, Ahi, Awa, and Emra.
Bordered by Lohit to the southeast, Lower Dibang Valley to the south, East Siang and Upper Siang to the west, and China to the north and northeast, it covers an area of 9,129 square kilometers and had a population of 8,004 according to the 2011 census. On 16 December 2001, the district was divided into Upper Dibang Valley and Lower Dibang Valley districts.
Dibang Valley is a region of undulating, rugged mountains with stunning green valleys, deep gorges, captivating waterfalls, natural lakes, and numerous meandering rivers and streams. Notably, it is the largest district in Arunachal Pradesh, yet boasts one of the lowest population densities in India. The area enjoys a temperate climate, lush green mountains, heavy rainfall, vibrant rivers, sparkling waterfalls, and a rich ecosystem of flora and fauna, including medicinal plants like Coptis Teeta (Eroh) and Taxus Bacata.
Reh on 1st February and Ke-Meh-Ha on 24th September, are celebrated with fervor. Dibang Valley District is located in the northeasternmost part of Arunachal Pradesh, sharing borders with Tibet and China to the north, west, and east, Lower Dibang Valley to the south and Upper Siang District to the southwest.
Anini, sits at an altitude of 1,968 meters above sea level, surrounded by potential tourist spots like Mipi, Alinye (ALG), Angrim Valley, Acheso, Dambuen, Mihundo, and Ngipulin. Dibang Valley is renowned for its hidden high-altitude lakes that feed mighty rivers such as Dri, Mathun, Emra, Talon, and Ahi, along with numerous breathtaking waterfalls that flow year-round. This remote region is also inhabited by the Idu community, known for their colorful costumes, traditional customs, and unique way of life.